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A militia group bused in protesters for the event, initially touted as a Second Amendment rally.
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The filing says the two articles of impeachment brought against the president don’t amount to impeachment offenses.
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He claims abuse of power isn't impeachable. But 20 years ago, he said something very different.
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South Carolina's showcase holiday celebration, Columbia's King Day at the Dome, is a notable and highly visible event for a Democratic politician.
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Gov. Wanda Vázquez has fired at least three officials after residents found a warehouse filled with unused disaster aid.
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The president claimed the GOP is stronger and more unified than ever. Critics begged to differ.
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Some of the Saudi citizens who have received help from the kingdom face rape, child pornography and manslaughter charges.
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Information won through a lawsuit by CNN and BuzzFeed is conspicuously missing the court-ordered records on Donald Trump's son-in-law.
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The House speaker has said several times that she prays for Trump.
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The Texas native was the first African American to receive the Navy Cross for valor.
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Superstitious sports fans say the vice president jinxed the team by predicting Green Bay would defeat “Nancy Pelosi’s 49ers."
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The newspaper shocked with two notable endorsements just weeks before the Iowa caucus, the first Democratic primary vote.
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“The Americans with Disabilities Act has been the law of the land for 30 years,” the senator wrote on Twitter.
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“It’s of that vernacular,” said Richard Nixon’s former White House counsel. “It’s not legally sophisticated. It obviously plays to the base.”
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At least two people were shot to death and five others injured the same night in an attack outside a bar in San Antonio, Texas.
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The so-called tweeter-in-chief reserved much of his social media love for one show in particular.
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The house where the attacks took place also caught fire. The blaze spread, destroying seven other homes.
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Douglas Brinkley suspects federal workers "fearful" of a "vengeful" president blurred out his name from anti-Trump signs in a photo of the 2017 Women's March.
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The Massachusetts lawmaker recently revealed she suffers from alopecia. She's embracing the condition and working to reduce the stigma of it.
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Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) shrugged off the Government Accountability Office's findings — but also didn't directly dispute them.